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Cavan – The Lakeland County
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Cavan is one of Ireland’s best kept secrets. It is known as the Lakeland County in recognition of the numerous lakes and rivers that are scattered throughout the region. The River Shannon, the River Erne and the Shannon-Erne Canal are located in the county, making it ideal for angling, cruising and water-sports.
The Marble Arch Caves on the Cavan/Fermanagh border allow visitors to explore the natural underworld of rivers, waterfalls, winding passages and lofty chambers of Europe’s finest show-caves. The Geopark in the west of the county offers an insight into the geology, archaeology, heritage and culture of West Cavan.
The Cavan Way is a 26 km walking trail of gentle, linear walking routes that take you through picturesque villages, forest parks, lakesides, hill and mountain paths and scenic countryside routes. Dun a Rí Forest Park and Tullydermot Falls also have extensive walks and nature trails.
One of Ireland’s hidden gems, Cavan, has stunning scenery, top class amenities and B&B accommodation renowned for providing warm Irish hospitality.
Known as the heritage capital of Ireland, Meath is steeped in historical sites and monuments. With extensive waterways, golf courses and plenty of walking trails, Meath has something for everyone.
With its many flourishing lakes and rivers such as Lough Derg and the magnificent Shannon, Ireland is an angler's paradise. Anglers Welcome B&B's offer drying, storage, bait, everything the keen angler needs.